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What is the full form of http?

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Hyper text transfer protocol.



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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

This an example for Application Layer in OSI Model



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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol



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HTTP stands for Hyper Text Trnsfer Protocol.



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(Hyper text transfer protocol)
The Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the client-server network protocol that has been in use by the World-Wide Web since 1990.



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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.its protocols of application layers



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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP)



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HYPER TEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL



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Hyper text transfer protocol



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hyper text transfer protocol



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HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.



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HYPER TEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL



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http stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol. It work on port 80.



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HYPER TEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL



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HTTP Standsfor hyper text transfer protocol.... it is large web site server protocol



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hyper text transfer protocol



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